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Nov 20, 2012 12:00am PST
are you? i said, amsterdam. >> you and snoop go to amsterdam, the mecca of dope, really, and you both have a load of it and write some music together? >> now we can go to colorado. >> wouldn't mind joining those two on a trip to colorado. we'll see the rest of that interview later on this week. it's quite extraordinary. "ac 360 starts now." happened, the more that the israeli government continues to create a situation where it's impossible to even imagine the possibility of a palestinian state, the stronger hamas becomes. >> if the israelis decided to call hamas' bluff and said tomorrow, we're prepared to compromise, we're prepared to do some deals with you, we're prepared to come to the table and treat you like an elected body, rather than a terrorist group, do you have absolute confidence that the people running hamas would go along with that? or is there real oxygen of power terror? >> i've met them and know them well. the head of hamas has a ph.d. in physics, he's politically savvy. these are sophisticated articulate deep thinkers, they're not gangsters, the idea that we're dealing wit
Nov 14, 2012 2:30pm PST
will be facing off in amsterdam, and with much of the germans out because of injury, the coach is trying to seriously rethink his lineup. >> he may find itself in a new role. the young reader might play up front in the middle. with most of germany's regular midfield ruled out, the door is open for young talent. >> we can use this to give a chance to some other players who may be have not had this experience, who have not played much or may be not at all. in any case, i am looking forward to the game. >> the dutch national coach is not underestimating germany, even if they are not at full strength. >> that are coming here with people who have something to prove. they all play in the champions league, so this will not be an easy match. >> the netherlands are also missing top players, so there are a lot of questions ahead of the clash in amsterdam. one thing is for certain, though -- neither team wants to end 2012 with a loss. >> and it is almost always a dramatic faceup. >> that's right. it could get personal tonight. the former manager of bayern- munich visit team with his former players.
Nov 9, 2012 6:00pm EST
for the late amsterdam. >> reporter: u.s. amsterdam chris stevens along with three other americans were killed in an attack in benghazi, libya, september 11. friends and colleagues, secretary of state hillary clinton says his legacy will live on. >> he was an inspiration to all who knew him during his life. he remains an inspiration now and i believe far into the future. >> reporter: nearly two months since the attack, officials are looking into the incident and working to improve safety protocols. >> we now have a formal accountability review board investigating the attack that killed chris and we will apply its recommendations and lessons learned to improving security everywhere. >> reporter: his sister earned a standing ovation as she accepted his award on his behalf. she also revealed some personal details about her brother. >> his enaging personality, how many of my girlfriends had crushes on him, enabled him to cross the cultural divide with ease. he enjoyed talking to people from all walks of life and was keen to understand the thoughts and worries of those he met. >> reporter: several
Nov 19, 2012 9:00pm PST
country we've been in. i was in amsterdam one time, snoop called me and wanted me to sing on his record. he said where are you? i said, amsterdam. >> you and snoop go to amsterdam, the mecca of dope, really, and you both have a load of it and write some music together?
Nov 26, 2012 6:00pm PST
. in every country we've been in i was in amsterdam one time. and snoop called me and wanted me to sing on his record, and he said i'm in amsterdam. we recorded a song together. >> you and snoop go to amsterdam, the mecca of dope really. you boat hath have a load of it write music together. >> now we can go to colorado. >> i think it's progress, and i think it's a great step forward and people are finally growing up and looking around the room and checking things out. it seems ridiculous i think for all the illegal drug dealers to make all the money and the gun buyers trading guns for dope and getting people killed all over the border when it's a simple thing on to legalize it, tax it and regulate it. fortunately colorado and washington saw that. >> you planning a vacation there soon? >> maybe they'll have a coffee house. >> you can have the willie nelson coffee chain, couldn't you? >> why not. >> let's take a break and talk about politics with you. a lot of stuff going on in the middle east and the election. let's get your take on it. if have a good night. here you go. you, too. i'm go
Nov 15, 2012 2:30pm PST
wednesday night for a friendly in amsterdam. germany took on neighbors the netherlands. >> it is usually a good ticket, but fans from both sides were left deflated. >> it was far from the action packed in counter that many had hoped for, but after a tumultuous few months, germany were relieved just to keep a clean sheet. >> obviously, it is better to go into the 2.5-month winter break with a good match rather than a defeat and a poor performance. >> germany were missing eight players. a midfielder had to step in as striker. he could have kept his good performance with a goal if not for a rescue twice. germany did not fare any better. missing the chance to put them in the lead just before halftime. >> it was a friendly, so it is not about points. it is not about qualifying or winning of the european championships, so you are more focused on not injuring yourself. >> both sides remain cautious in the second half. only toward the end to the netherlands turn up the pressure. >> after all the criticism that the team has had recently, it was especially important that we keep our mental strengt
Nov 22, 2012 2:30pm PST
is the competition's toughest group. >> it was a stunning performance. they thrashed amsterdam 4-1 at home. the star of the show scored once and provided three assists. marco royce also found the back of the net. >> we performed well, and we were there when we needed to be. it was an incredible match. the opponents were very good, but we still managed a clear win. does not happen often. >> things were a bit more tense. the only goal of the game happened in the seventh seven innings. for the first time in eight years, three german teams have made it to the last 16 of the champions league. >> here is a roundup of all the evenings games. moving on to group c, a tie with st. petersburg, while milan takes second place. real madrid drew with manchester city to take second place in that group. 10 supporters of the english soccer club tottenham have been injured in an attack by suspected fans of an italian team. they were partying ahead of a match when they were ambushed outside of a pub. witnesses say the attackers were armed with bats and iron bars. it happens every year -- the northern hemisphere is in t
Nov 2, 2012 6:30pm PDT
libro que ha vendido más de 8 millones de ejemplares. >> los legisladores de amsterdam dijeron que los turistas pueden seguir entrando a los cafes y bares donde venden marihuana. >> se realizó este concurso de travestis, como ganadora se lleva un premio de 10 mil dólares. >> este domingo aquí y ahora un culpable, arrestos , los parientes de romney y comiendo con obama. >> condenado a cadena perpetua logra su libertad, veamos como demostró su inocencia. >> menores de edad acusados de causar el caos, conozca los chacas. >> visitamos a los familiares de mitt romney. >> una cena intima con el presidente barack obama y su esposa. >> recuerde aquí y ahora a las 7 de la noche 6 centro los espero. >> una señora se volvió millonaria pero estuvo apunto de despertar, un reportaje especial investiga los orígenes del narco en méxico y su relación con un estado fronterizo de los estados unidos.además, el nuevo proyecto de plácido domingo, después de 20 años de ausencia. ~también, cuál es la ♪ >> una hispana de california era millonaria desde mayo y no lo sabia por poco se le escapa
Nov 7, 2012 4:00am EST
it will only get me into trouble. >> maybe it will turn into amsterdam. >> this is going to spur the next tea party renaissance, which is an issue we're going to discuss. >> the next renaissance. >> all right. >> we just lost the election. >> i mean the first time around with obama care, that was part of the ump us the as well as the bailouts for the tea party in the first place. the question now becomes facing four more years of these policies. and you say turning the u.s. into amsterdam, perhaps. >>> still to come on "worldwide exchange," we'll look at the challenges that the re-elected president faces, most importantly the fiscal cliff. >> we'll get views from both sides of the aisle as candidates vow to bury the hatchet. >> the nation, as you know, is at a critical point. at a time like this, we can't risk partisan bickering and political posturing. our lead verse to reach across the aisle to do the people's work. and we citizens also have to rise to the occasion. >> in the weeks ahead, i also look forward to sitting down with governor romney to talk about where we can work together to mo
Nov 23, 2012 8:00am PST
services crew at houston's bush intercontinental airport. first unloading a flight from amsterdam. these metal containers are filled with luggage. >> people don't realize there's a lot of process that is go through getting the bag from one destination to another, but we do it proficiently. >> reporter: timing is everything when you turn a plane as these guys unload the cargo off the plane. you can see there catering is restocking the plane with food. there's refueling, filling the water tank, and replacing pillows and blankets. bebe chavez watches over it all from a control center at the airport. >> i like to think of myself more as a orchestra conductor. it's a complex operation. everybody has a responsibility, a critical part of the mying. >> reporter: you have cleaning crews and maintenance checking to make sure everything inside the plane is ready to go for the next flight. the pilots arrive while as many as 35 employees continue to ready the airport for departure. workers can see just how long they have to complete their task by the countdown clock over there, and typically i
Nov 19, 2012 7:00pm PST
sing on his record. he said where are you? i said, amsterdam. >> you and snoop go to amsterdam, the mecca of dope, really, and you both have a load of it and write some music together? >> now we can go to colorado. >> wouldn't mind joining those two on a trip to colorado. we'll see the rest of that interview later on this week. it's quite extraordinary. "ac 360 starts now." >>> good evening everyone, piers, thanks very much. it's 10:00 on the east coast of the united states. it's 5:00 a.m. here in gaza city. the breaking news tonight, the explosions continue to rock this city. we also saw a short time ago a number of rockets being fired from gaza city toward israel. those seem to have been intercepted. it's not clear how many may have gotten through. a building several blocks from here that houses a number of media organizations, local media and foreign media organizations, a building that was struck on sunday and had largely been evacuated. today the building was struck again, the lower floors of the building were struck again. one member of islamic jihad was said to be killed
Nov 24, 2012 3:00pm PST
a flight from amsterdam. these metal containers are filled with luggage. >> people don't realize there's a lot of processes going to get the bag from one destination to another. but we do it proficiently. >> reporter: timing is everything when you turn a plane. you can see up there catering is restocking the plane with food. there's refueling. filling the water tank. and replacing pillows and blankets. he watches over it all from a krol center at the airport. >> i like to think of myself as a orchestra conductor. ate very complex operation. everybody has a responsibility. everybody has a critical part of the mission. >> reporter: you have cleaning crews and maintenance checking to make sure everything inside the plane is ready to go for the next flight. the pilots arrive while as many as 35 employees continue to ready the aircraft forde par tur. workers can see just how long they have to complete their task by the countdown clock over there and typically it ranges, depending on the size of the plane, from 40 minutes to about an hour and a half. i got to climb inside a cargo hold being
Nov 1, 2012 10:00pm PDT
change. and as i said to the governor, it's already new amsterdam. could the city be the new new amsterdam? >> i think it's important to start thinking about infrastructure as essential national security. for the last ten years plus, the united states has had a main national security priority, the thing we've spent the most money on, a trillion-plus dollars, that's been bringing democracy to iraq and afghanistan, with very questionable results. people i've spoken to, experts in the field say, we would be a lot safer, not just richer, if he had spent a lot of that money on improving infrastructure. that is not to say that counterterrorism isn't important. it certainly is. but they're related because the stronger your society is, the more protected you are also from a terrorist attack. >> may have to keep you around to cover this for a while. richard engel, thanks. good to see you. this disaster has been a great equalizer. if you're living in a place where the water rises, the power goes out, that makes you just like everybody else. those who can try to help and because you never k
Nov 6, 2012 12:35am PST
, that's a little crazy. get some. uh, some international news. amsterdam says it will no longer ban tourists from buying marijuana in coffee shops. [ cheers and applause ] i guess amsterdam decided to lift the ban when they realized there were no more tourists. [ cheers and applause ] what, did you think we were here for, the clogs? and finally, i just read about it. a woman in indiana who is selling a series of paintings that were made by her horse. [ light laughter ] even weirder, they're nudes. [ laughter ] tasteful nudes. actually, no, we have a photo of one of the horse's paintings. look, there it is. [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: everyone, welcome to our show. i had a pretty amazing weekend. on friday, you know, nbc had this telethon that raised $23 million, i think it was, for the red cross. [ applause ] amazing. so, nbc said, would you do anything? introduce somebody? i go, sure. they got big names. they got billy joel, sting, bon jovi, christina aguilera, bruce springsteen. it was crazy. aerosmith.
Nov 2, 2012 5:00am EDT
york is looking a lot leak amsterdam fp has something to do with bicycles. and you can tune in tonight at 8:00 p.m. for hurricane sandy coming together, a benefit concert to aid victims of the storm. hosted by matt lauer. the concert will feature performances by bruce springsteen, sting, billy joel. good line up. money collected will be donated to the american red cross relief effort. >> it's final for the jobs report due out at 8:30 achl and it is the final set of numbers and the most important set of numbers before tuesday's presidential election. most forecasts expect a slight rise in the unemployment rate to 7.9%. nonfarm payrolls expected to have a slight pick up from september. has hurricane sandy mitigated the impact or is it a key indicator? >> certainly everyone's focusing elsewhere, certainly i think as soon as people get this number, the first question is what will the payroll look like next month because that's the one impacted by the hurricane and tuesday is the election, what will happen there. so i think people will quickly move beyond this, but it doesn't look like ther
Nov 10, 2012 3:30am PST
train. we have two of those cities, amsterdam and san diego which are the all electric, and they naturally bring about some challenges with electric vehicle structure. what woe do in other market street, hybrid approach, we have st. austin, texas, [speaker not understood]. in portland we have 30 electric vehicles and we have 2 80 combustion engines. so, you have a typical fleet size that fleet between, say, on the low side 250 and on the maybe higher side around 500 vehicles. what that does is a city of san francisco size, 40 square miles gives us an adequate density of vehicles to cover that area because what we really need is the members to have the sense that they are going to find the vehicles. so, it's not the situation where i'm in the southeast and i'm not going to get a taxicab. they know they're not going to have to walk more than two or three blocks to get to a vehicle. >> thank you. >> are there any other additional comments you'd like to leave with us? >>> i'd say the fact we are in eight cities in north america and we're in another seven cities in europe an
Nov 7, 2012 4:00pm PST
. >> in amsterdam they legalizeed pot and the netherlands fell apart, except that they didn't. that's an interesting point. as we have some losses. arkansas rejected medical use and montana upheld strict medical and washington approved recreation use even though they have medical marijuana. >> i think we can set--we can model for the rest of the nation that marijuana is safer when it's off the streets and behind the counter. that you can treat it like you treat alcohol and the sky is not going to fall. in arkansas and oregon, both of those measures were very close to passing and we see no matter where we're talking about we see people generally coming to understand that at the rate of 80% the medical marijuana belongs in our states, and folks should have the right to use it. >> right. >> and well over 50% of americans believe we should be regulating marijuana. >> cenk: in a matter of time. time is on our side. i believe the time is 4:20. okay, betty aldworth, thank you for joining us. we appreciate it. now when we return. >> thank you. it was fun. >> cenk: it was fun. >> cenk: when we return, talkin
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Nov 7, 2012 5:00pm EST
. 40 years this normal pushes forward legalization medicinal was a slippery slope. amsterdam a lower percentage smoked pot and in the u.s. where we spend $1 trillion. melissa: there is everything else why would you bother with that? >> have you ever wondered how astronauts vote? that actually cast their ballot from space. they could get a digital version sent up from mission control. when they're done they just send it back. >> who cares? if a master not boats are not. i wished millions more people have voted in the selection. >> is kumbaya of -- type of day today. >> wall street is sitting oh my god what have we done. >> you are in a bunker with the guns. it is over. what about the astronauts voting? >> he is cranky. >> >> we spent so much time talking about the money into the campaign together they spent $2 billion if you look at the congressional campaigns then you talk $6 billion. it seems like an egregious waste of money. >> free pot for everybody in washington state and colorado. >> that would keep them smoking a long time. >> i could buy "the new york times" company and have 8
Nov 7, 2012 6:00am PST
a vacation spot for many people like amsterdam or something. i think that's what some of the voters were afraid of. they don't want marijuana tourism. we'll have to see what the impact is. >> okay, mr. 303, you're off the hook for now. >> thank you very much. till the super bowl. >> till the super bowl. >> if you're just waking up with us this morning, here's a quick check at some of the day's top stories. including taking a look at some of the propositions as well. this was the governor's initiative for education. it was a close one. but it passed. 54% against 46%, 94.8 of the precincts reporting. we are hoping to hear from governor jerry brown at 11:00 this morning as he is holding a news conference. >> prop 36 also passing. this is the three strikes law. the modification of the three strikes law imposing life sentences only if new felony convictions are serious or violent and allows for sentencing for those in prison for a week. third strike. >> now measure d. the soda tax. look at that. it certainly fizzled. 68% voting against it. 32% in favor of it. that's what 32% of the precincts
Nov 7, 2012 6:00am PST
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Nov 8, 2012 4:00pm PST
earlier there's all this potential tourism. denver, colorado. you have more -- >> the new amsterdam. >> in fact there's an area in denver that i did a lot of reporting from called ramsterdam. there's more dispensaries than starbucks. states are going to look at this much as many have looked at gambling and said hey maybe we can make some money. >> more pot than starbucks pap lot of what we hear about pot it's small business, individual farms. is it possible we could end up with big pot? >> you could. i mean, you think about the infrastructure that's already in the place with a lot of big agricultural companies and a lot of big tobacco companies. they could very easily say this is a money making opportunity for us. some estimates, the overall national marijuana market peg it at somewhere around $40 million which is roughly half the size of the tobacco market. if you're a tobacco company you might think this is a way to grow your business. so they may start to look at it. they have a lot of hurdles they have to overcome in terms of the taboo associated with this. the cultural, social
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Nov 19, 2012 4:00pm PST
that's going to mean pot tourists, shep? >> shepard: oh, pot tourists hello amsterdam. hello alesion i -- alicia acuna in denver. want to know when you will die or probably die? get this, scientists say there is a specific gene variation that determines whether you are a morning person and that same gene variation can also predict the time of day at which you are most likely to die. oh yeah. researchers examined the sleep patterns and d.n.a. of more than a thousand senior citizens. they found a genetic combination consistent with the time at which each person would naturally wakeup. the shows many of the early risers died before 11:00 in the morning while those who slept in later died in the evening. researchers say they hope to use the information predict timing of medical events like heart attacks and strokes. there may be a mutiny on board rihanna's so-called party plane. rihanna, look it up. the singer invited more than 150 reporters and fans on her 777 plane the boeing jet. the plan was to hit seven different companies in seven days to promote her new album. people on board say th
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Nov 7, 2012 4:00pm PST
states. in the state of colorado, the law is to the right of amsterdam. yet the governor says don't break out the doritos just yet. how come? >> yeah, because the department of justice hasn't tipped its hand about whether or not it will penalize colorado and washington state. remember, the feds categorize marijuana in the same class of drugs as cocaine and heroin. so, the doj is almost certain to file a lawsuit against both states. but that said the feds as we know have shown a great deal of discretion when it comes to medical marijuana and the states are hoping for the same discretion now. supporters of recreational drugs or pot believe this will not give their states a bad wrap. listen. anything would go look back on the ending of alcohol prohibition and say it was a bad idea. i think colorado voters have taken a very sensible step forward and i think that it won't be long before we see a lot of other states looking to our example. >> i mean, think about it. in 30 days, washington state and colorado, adults over the age of 21 will be able to have up to an ounce of marijuana with no pena
Nov 17, 2012 12:00am PST
. they want to come to colorado and they want to do like they do in amsterdam. >> reporter: but those would-be high fliers probably shouldn't start booking plane tickets yet. horwitz and others in the medical marijuana industry are taking the cautious approach. >> nothing is going to change until we see what the state comes up with, the regulations the state comes up with, and sees what the federal government says about the regulations the state comes up with. >> reporter: the amendment removes criminal penalties for the possession of up to an ounce of marijuana by adults over 21. but it also calls for the state legislature to determine how the drug is to be distributed, sold and taxed. lawmakers will have to do all of that, while being mindful that whatever they create violates federal drug laws. governor john hickenlooper knows passage of the amendment puts the state on a collision course with the federal government, which still regards the possession and sale of marijuana a crime. that's why one of the first steps he took last week was to set up a call with u.s. attorney general eric hol
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